A horror triple feature from the vaults of the American Genre Film Archive (AGFA)!
HELP ME . . . I’M POSSESSED: A free-form nightmare that takes place at a sanitarium in the desert, this surrealist gem includes a psychopathic hunchback, delirious monsters, and a killer early synthesizer score.
NIGHT OF THE STRANGLER: A southern-fried whodunnit with murder, racial tension, and a starring role from The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz, this sweat-soaked sleazer feels like a cross between an American giallo and a trashy airport paperback novel.
CARNIVAL OF BLOOD: An ominous, semi-cinéma vérité horror movie that was shot at Coney Island in NYC, CARNIVAL OF BLOOD features an early role from Burt Young (ROCKY), pop-art gore that would make H.G. Lewis proud, and a gloriously seedy atmosphere.
NOTICE! These preservations were made from the only known film elements in existence. Please approach the technical quality of the source materials with empathy.
directed by: Various
starring: Micky Dolenz, Burt Young
1970-74 / 266 min (combined) / 1.85:1 / English Mono
• Region Free Blu-ray
• 2K preservations from the only known 35mm prints in existence
• CARNIVAL OF BLOOD: Partial commentary with Bleeding Skull’s Annie Choi and AGFA + Bleeding Skull’s Joseph A. Ziemba
• Blood-dripping trailers and drive-in snipes from the AGFA vaults
• Watch the full, uninterrupted program in “drive-in” mode
• Reversible cover artwork
• English SDH subtitles